Disney’s Moana – Movie Review

If there is one thing Disney is good at, it’s producing movies that capture your attention from beginning to end while ensuring you’re emotionally engaged and well entertained in the
By Tshego Motiang on 29 Nov 2016

San Andreas Review

Disaster is everywhere. Cities along the San Andreas fault line are ripped apart by earthquakes unlike any we have seen before. Ironically, from the boulders and debris, The Rock stands
By Byron Hendricks on 23 Jun 2015

Furious 7 Review

Furious 7 will have your adrenaline rushing from beginning to end as Dominic Torreto (Vin Diesel) gets his crew together for one last ride. They face an enemy like none
By Byron Hendricks on 01 Apr 2015

Hercules (2014) Review

Based on revisionist Radical comic, Hercules: The Thracian Wars by Steve Moore, Greek mythological hero and everyone’s favourite demigod returns to the silver screen courtesy of the preposterously colossal physique
By Jarrod Saunders on 05 Aug 2014

Empire State Review

It’s always upsetting to see a director and an actor do much worse than you know they can do, and have indeed seen them do. Just the other day I
By Daniel Rom on 31 Jul 2014

Pain & Gain Review

Director Michael Bay, who has become synonymous with loud, over-budget blockbusters, tries his hand at making a “small” budget passion project ($25 million), but manages to fill it with the
By Jarrod Saunders on 21 Aug 2013